Browsing School of Geography by Author "van de Koppel, J"
Flow-divergence feedbacks control propagule retention by in-stream vegetation: the importance of spatial patterns for facilitation Cornacchia, L; van der Wal, D; van de Koppel, J; Puijalon, S; Wharton, G; Bouma, TJ (2019-01)
LANDSCAPES OF FACILITATION: HOW SELF-ORGANIZED PATCHINESS OF AQUATIC MACROPHYTES PROMOTES DIVERSITY IN STREAMS Cornacchia, L; van de Koppel, J; van der Wal, D; WHARTON, G; Puijalon, S; Bouma, T (Ecological Society of America, 2018-02-13)Spatial heterogeneity plays a crucial role in the coexistence of species. Despite recognition of the importance of self-organization in creating environmental heterogeneity in otherwise uniform landscapes, the effects of ...
Landscapes of facilitation: how self-organized patchiness of aquatic macrophytes promotes diversity in streams Cornacchia, L; van de Koppel, J; van der Wal, D; Wharton, G; Puijalon, S; Bouma, TJ (Wiley Periodicals, Inc., 2018-02-13)